Titta may refer to:
Castello may refer to:
Cornetto may refer to:
Città di Castello ; "Castle Town") is a city and comune in the province of Perugia, in the northern part of Umbria. It is situated on a slope of the Apennines, on the flood plain along the upper part of the river Tiber. The city is 56 km (35 mi) north of Perugia and 104 km (65 mi) south of Cesena on the motorway SS 3 bis. It is connected by the SS 73 with Arezzo and the A1 highway, situated 38 km (23 mi) west. The comune of Città di Castello has an exclave named Monte Ruperto within Marche.
Morra can mean:
Alberto Burri was an Italian visual artist, painter, sculptor, and physician based in Città di Castello. He is associated with the matterism of the European informal art movement and described his style as a polymaterialist. He had connections with Lucio Fontana's spatialism and, with Antoni Tàpies, an influence on the revival of the art of post-war assembly in America as in Europe.
Lucrezia d'Alagno was a noblewoman with whom King Alphonso V of Naples had fallen in love. Lucrezia was daughter of Nicholas d'Alagno and Covella Toraldo. Her father, of Amalfitan origin, was lord of Torre Annunziata.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Città di Castello is a Latin suffragan bishopric in the ecclesiastical province of the metropolitan Archdiocese of Perugia-Città della Pieve, in the central Italian region of Umbria.
Niccolò Circignani was an Italian painter of the late-Renaissance or Mannerist period.
Giovanni Ventura Borghesi was an Italian painter of the Baroque period, active mainly in Rome.
San Secondo may refer to:
The House of Vitelli, among other families so named, were a prominent noble family of Umbria, rulers of Città di Castello and lesser rocche.
Titta is a frazione of the comune of Città di Castello in the Province of Perugia, Umbria, central Italy. It stands at an elevation of 305 metres above sea level. At the time of the Istat census of 2001 it had 198 inhabitants.
Niccolò Vitelli (1414–1486) was an Italian condottiero of the Vitelli family from Città di Castello.
The Castello Bufalini is a castle-residence outside of the town of San Giustino, Province of Perugia, in the Region of Umbria, Italy.
The Pinacoteca Comunale ofCittà di Castello is the main museum of paintings and arts of Umbria Italian Region, alongside the Perugia's National gallery, and it's housed in a renaissance palace, generally preserved in its original form.
Valeriano Muti was a Roman Catholic prelate who served as Bishop of Città di Castello (1602–1610), Apostolic Nuncio to Naples (1609–1610), and Bishop of Bitetto (1599–1602).
Francesco Boccapaduli was a Roman Catholic prelate who served as Titular Archbishop of Athenae (1675–1680), Apostolic Nuncio to Venice (1652–1654), Apostolic Nuncio to Switzerland (1647–1652), Bishop of Città di Castello (1647–1672), and Bishop of Valva e Sulmona (1638–1647).
Bufalini is an Italian surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Terni–Perugia–Sansepolcro railway is a railway line in Umbria, Italy. It was built by the Ferrovia Centrale Umbra The line, about 147 kilometres (91 mi) in length, connects Terni in southern Umbria with Sansepolcro, Tuscany, with stops in Todi, Perugia, Umbertide and Città di Castello. It is operated by Busitalia Sita Nord, a subsidiary of the Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane group.
Omero Vecchi, known by his pen name Luciano Folgore, was an Italian poet.